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January 05, 2011 Author and blogger Jill Richardson recently returned from a trip to southern Mexico where she lived with the Zapatistas, by way of Schools for Chiapas, and learned about their food and agriculture. Reflecting upon the lives she saw living the in remote areas within the state of Chiapas got her to thinking,
“Do we have to live like peasants to be truly sustainable? There has to be a happy medium between living as a poor peasant in an adobe hut and living in a McMansion while driving a Hummer. But how do we find it?”
Richardson suggests there are several things individuals can do in our daily lives that will have a lesser impact on our natural resources, and, with the help of “a societal effort to work toward sustainability together” we may be able to reach these goals.
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